Planning to start your own business in sales? Got some loots you want to sell? Now’s your chance to participate in our annual Bazaar as a vendor!
Date: 8 – 10 Oct 2014 (Wed – Fri)
Venue: Central Forum, NUS
Booth Rental Rates (for 3 days)
NUS Student: $90
Non-NUS Student: $120
For further details, please look forward to a confirmation email that will be sent to all successful vendors closer to the event date.
Please contact Ivana (firstname.lastname@example.org, 8113 2813) if you have any queries.
Interested? Sign up at this link: http://tinyurl.com/PsychBazaar14!
Application will close either on 24 September (Wednesday) 6PM or once all slots have been taken up!
As the new academic year begins, it is the time to look ahead to new and exciting prospects, and also, to reflect on what has past. The 8th Executive committee would like to sincerely thank all our members for their support in the last year for their support, and also welcome all our new members!
Thus, we would like to invite all our members to the last event of our term, the NUS Psychology Society Annual General Meeting 2014 (AGM) on 4 Sept, 6.30pm. There, we will be giving you the latest updates on the Society while highlighting all our projects old and new. The ever exciting committee elections will also be held during the AGM to elect our new office bearers.
All members who attend the AGM will be entitled to have a say in deciding who will be in the upcoming committee. Furthermore, dinner will also be provided for all attendees!
What are you waiting for? Register for AGM now:http://tinyurl.com/PsychSocAGM14
We hope to see you there!
NUS Psychology Society
Thank you for your support for thus far! We hope you enjoyed the events we have organised in the past academic year.
The time has come for the 8th Executive Committee to step down so that others would get a chance to take up our positions.
Nominations for the 9th Executive Committee will be open from now till 26 August 2014 (Tuesday) 1800 hrs.
If you have someone in mind to nominate, or would like to step up and nominate yourself, please download the nomination form by clicking the arrow below, fill it in, and submit it to the NUS Psychology Society Mailbox, located at Psychology Department AS4 Level 2 (together with the Professors’ mailboxes), anytime during the nomination period. More submission details can be found in the nomination forms itself.
If you have the passion to serve and to lead, join us now!
Interested parties are strongly encouraged to approach the 8th Executive Committee member who is currently holding the position(s) he/she is interested in to learn more about the job scope and workload involved. Emails of the 8th Executive Committee can be found at http://nuspsyche.wordpress.com/contact/.
Potential nominees are also encouraged to join Preparation Camp 2014. The camp is meant to allow you to learn more about teambuilding and leadership while getting to know others who might be your future committee members. Sign up now at http://tinyurl.com/preparationcamp2014.
Please direct any other queries you might have to email@example.com.
We look forward to receiving your nominations!
NUS Psychology Society
Interested in learning more about leadership and teamwork?
Having thoughts about taking up a leadership position?
Thinking of running for a position in our 9th Executive Committee but feeling unsure and unprepared?
HERE’S YOUR CHANCE! Join us at Preparation Camp 2014
This camp not only aims to impart the skills involved in a leadership role, it also serves as a platform to know more about our society as well as to make more friends!
If you are contemplating running for our 9th Executive Committee or just want to find out more, you are most welcome to join us. Those interested in running for the 9th Executive Committee are strongly encouraged to take up this chance learn about leadership and team building skills as well as to know others who might be your future committee members!
So what are you waiting for?
Sign up now for the chance to learn and socialize: http://tinyurl.com/preparationcamp2014
Registration deadline: 21st August 2014 (Thursday) 2100hrs.
Looking forward to see you at the preparation camp!
Dear first years,
Keen to know more about studying Psychology in FASS? Eager to meet more friends in your first year of university? Here’s a great opportunity for you to do so!
The NUS Psychology Society is holding its annual Welcome Tea to welcome new members and first years who would be interested in taking Psychology as a major or simply joining the society. Not a member yet? Don’t worry; you can always attend for a chance to meet new friends as well as an evening of fun and games! A buffet dinner will also be provided!
This event will be held on 21st August, Thursday, 6.30 pm at AS1 03-01.
Hope to see you all there!
Worried about your first ever CORS Bidding as freshman?
NUS Psychology Society is holding a ‘live’ coaching session just for you!
We will teach you how to secure your modules for your first semester in NUS. Seniors will also share tips on the modules planning to make your university years more enjoyable!
Come join us! Feel free to invite your friends along, especially if they are interested to major in Psychology as well!
- Date: 31 July 2014, Thursday (CORS Round 1C)
- Time: 10am to 3pm (You are not required to stay throughout)
- Venue: AS7-0201A, AS7 Level 2 Computer Lab (within Shaw Foundation Building)
See you there!!
NUS Psychology Society
For two hours on 22 May 2014 at AS7-01-06, we got an inside look at how people with mental illness move from illness to wellness. Through the recovery stories of two peer specialists, we saw how recovery is possible. And more so, how they are using their stories to inspire others. Through the sharing of Helen Yong, Head of Residential Services, SAMH, we saw through her eyes how a professional caregiver serves, deal with crises and sustains her passion in her work.
All in all, abnormal psychology teaches us the symptoms of and treatment for people with mental illness, “An Inside Look” sought to contextualise book knowledge with lived experiences, leading us to not only look at the “deficits” but appreciate the assets of people with mental illnesses. Illness begins with an “i”, wellness begins with a “we”. “An Inside Look – from illness to wellness” hopes that “we” can partner people with mental illness to create a wellness-centric perspective towards recovery and living.
This event was made possible by strong support from the Singapore Association of Mental Health (SAMH), partnership with the NUS Psychology Society and the eager audience.
Written by Khoo Yi Feng, facilitator of the event and also the one who first proposed the event (Psychology Major, Year 1)